Seven Strange Golf Courses Around the world

Photo: flickr user Prince Roy

Deck Chair has compiled pictures and videos of seven unique golf courses, including one that floats, one that sits astride a motor speedway, and another that is 1,365 km long. Pictured above is a scene from the golf course at Coober Pedy, a small mining town in Australia. The land is so desolate that golfers must carry around a piece of turf from which to tee off. via The Presurfer | More about the Coober Pedy golf course

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When my parents were in Saudi Arabia in the early 60s, there was a golf course for the Americans. Since it was Saudi Arabia, the greens were covered in asphalt rather than grass. On hot days, the asphalt would soften, so there was a rake to smooth it out for the next players.
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